Outgoing to North Dade
Phone bill provided by Benjamin Crump
Outgoing to North Dade
Outgoing North Dade
Non T-Mobile to T-Mobile
Outgoing to North Dade
Outgoing to North Dade
Outgoing to North Dade
This is expressed by George in his call
Possibly George at T intersection of sidewalk
Audio interview W6 Serino
Audio interview W13 Serino
Audio interview W18 Serino
71-78/183 SPD Report (8 Pages) Doris Singleton
George gives audio interview with Singleton
George makes written statement
1-18/183 SPD Report (18 Pages) Ricardo Ayala
George gives audio interview with Serino
George does a video walk through
George passes Voice Stress Test
W9 call in taken by SPD officer Perkins
George gives a 3 part audio interview with Serino and Singleton
Audio interview W1 Serino
Audio interview W2 Serino
Audio interview W5 Serino
Audio interview W16 Serino
185-195/284 FDLE Bullet evidence submitted by C. Taylor, completed March 8
196-197/284 FDLE DNA/GSR evidence submitted by C. Taylor
Audio interview W5 Serino
Audio interview W11 Serino
Audio interview W16 Serino
Audio interview W20 Serino
19-25/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Leon H. Ciesla
George does voice yelling reenactment for audio comparison(this was a failure on part of the investigators to have George do it correctly for comparison)
Audio interview W14 Serino
17/183 SPD office Joe Santiago contacts Tracy Martin to obtain password for Trayvon’s cell phone. Tracy said he would contact his lawyer before releasing the information to police.
79-85/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Diana Smith
120-1/183 FDLE Lab Report (Firearms test)
Audio interview W2 Serino
Audio interview W19 Serino
28-34/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Kristen Bentsen
35-47/183 SPD Report (13 Pages) Christopher F. Serino
26-27/183 Capias Request from Serino
125-30/183 Autopsy Report
67/284 FDLE receives request from Wolfinger for assistance
48-54/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Christopher F. Serino
52-53/284 FDLE Interview W3
54-55/284 FDLE Interview W
56-57/284 FDLE Interview W
58-59/284 FDLE Interview W
68/284 FDLE George Zimmerman’s dad goes to FDLE office
74-75/284 FDLE Interview SPD Wendy Dorival
145-147/284 Evidence locations
55-61/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Christopher F. Serino
119/183 FDLE Lab Report
50-51/284 FDLE Interview W
60-61/284 FDLE Interview W6
62-64/284 FDLE Interview W
65-66/284 FDLE Interview W2
70/284 FDLE Interview W
71-72/284 FDLE Interview W13
198-203/284 FDLE evidence(George’s Jacket and Shirt) submitted by D. Smith
204-214/284 FDLE evidence(Trayvon’s Hoodie and sweatshirt) submitted by D. Smith
115-6/183 FDLE Lab Report
73/284 FDLE Searches W13′s phone for photos
Norman R. Wolfinger writes a Letter to Governor Rick Scott asking to be removed from the case. Angela Corey assigned picked from the twenty State Attorney’s in Florida by Governor Scott
George gives voice exemplars for voice comparison.
George gives his Blackberry phone for data download, returned same day.
122-3/183 FDLE Lab Report
Audio interview Co-worker, “Achmed the terrorist” W22 SAO-Sanford Veaudry
63-69/183 SPD Report (7 Pages) Christopher F. Serino
146-148/183 Audio Evidence sent to FBI, George’s non emergency call for “Fucking punks” and W11 911 call with yells for comparison. Received on March 23. Completed April 2.
Anonymous Crimeline tip about an 8 year old female witness (Investigated March 28 witness never found)
23/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews SPD officer Smith, Tim
81-82/284 FDLE Interviews EMD; O’Rourke, Turner, Livingston, and Rochefort
Serino calls George on the 25 and 26 to set up an interview with SAO Rionda and George on the 28th.
George’s Concealed Weapons Packet received by FDLE
24/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W
25/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W6
26/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W
27/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W13
28/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews Tracy Martin & Sybrina Fulton
29/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W2
85/284 FDLE background check on instructor of the firearms safety training course taken by George(11/7/09)
87-88/284 FDLE retrieves Retreat at Twin Lakes clubhouse videos
104-109/183 FDLE Lab Report
FDLE Subpoena T-Mobile Trayvon’s Phone records and location data (results obtained March 28)
FDLE SA Lee obtains Khol’s video (Reviewed on April 20th nothing of evidentiary value)
30/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W
31/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W
32/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews Brandy Green
33/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews Cheryl Brown
86/284 FDLE Interviews instructor of the firearms safety training course taken by George.
Bernie de la Rionda requests all FDLE Lab reports
117-8/183 FDLE Lab Report
124/183 FDLE Lab Report
126/284 FBI Confirms George 6 hour required firearms safety training course.
FDLE Trace on George’s gun (results obtained on April 4)
34/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews SPD officer Singleton
35/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews ME Malphurs
69/284 FDLE Interviews 711 Clerk
67/284 FDLE Retrieves one CCTV video(4pm-8pm) from the clubhouse at the Lake Edge Apartments in Sanford Florida which points towards the intersection of Rinehart Rd. and Towne Center Blvd. States nothing of evidentiary value.
91/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
92/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
104/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
105/284 FBI interviews old neighbor of George that hasn’t seen him in over 10 years.
110/284 FBI interviews RTL HOA member (incomplete report)
114/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
115/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
117/284 FBI interviews RTL HOA member
121/284 FBI interview Gun Dealer
135/284 FBI interviews RTL HOA member
140-144/284 FBI interview of ex Fiancé
FDLE Subpoena Sam’s Club Video, M&I Bank video, TRUSTCO video
Ariel photos taken
2/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Ayala
3/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Bernosky
5/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Ciesla
6/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Davila
7/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Johnson
8/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Lynch
10/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer McCoy
11/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Mead
12/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Raimondo
13/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Robertson
14/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Santiago
15/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Serino
19/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Taylor, L.
19/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Taylor, M.
22/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Wagner
36/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews W8
37/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews Sybrina Fulton
40/284 O’Steen(SAO) interviews Tracy Martin
83/284 FDLE communicates with Simple Mobile LLC about phone records from 2/26 to 4/02(W8)
106/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
109/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
111-112/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
113/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
122-3/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
125/284 FBI interviews RTL resident
4/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews Seminole County officer Broderick
84/284 FDLE obtains final autopsy report
97-100/284 FBI Interview Co-worker of George
124&Missing page/284 FBI Interview SPD Officer Serino(Typo date of March 3)
127-128/284 FBI Interview RTL resident and NWP member
176/284 FDLE requests SPD Mobile Data Terminal car to car transmissions
FDLE requests Fire Department and EMS radio transmissions (CAD Report, all received April 4)
16-18/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews W18
21/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews W
95/284 FBI Interview W (incomplete report)
96/284 FBI Interview SPD Wendy Dorival
103/284 FBI Interview of arresting officers in George’s incident regarding friends arrest
116/284 FBI Interview of SPD officer Memminger, Josh(Report typo of date as March 4)
118-120/284 FBI Interview Co-worker of George
132-134/284 FBI Interview Co-worker of George
136-138/284 FBI Interview Co-worker of George
93-94/284 FBI Interview SPD office Barnes
107-108/284 FBI interviews RTL resident and NW street captain(female)
129-131/284 FBI interviews RTL Association manager
139/284 FBI interview of x fiancé’s mother
101-102/284 97-100/284 FBI Interview Co-worker of George
FDLE SA Lee Requests copy of FBI analysis of the word George said “Fucking ____” and scream comparison
38/284 O’Steen(SAO) George Zimmerman call to SAO
FDLE SA Lee requests all FBI records of interviews
76/284 FDLE George Zimmerman arrest
89-90/284 FDLE George Zimmerman arrest/retrieves items from George’s rented truck and gives them to family.
FDLE SA Batchelor Search Warrant T-Mobile records and location data (May 3 results; no results for time frame specified)
FDLE SA Lee reviews Clubhouse video’s (nothing of evidentiary value)
77-80/284 FDLE interviews Air Marshall
39/284 O’Steen(SAO) Interview Chad
Court order to Google (stored data, password access assistance)
Received Sam’s Club Video
110-114/183 FDLE Supp. Lab Report Blood stains on George’s jacket and shirt
9/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews Trayvon’s Cousin
Court Order T-Mobile reactivating voice and data service
Biographical Data W44 George’s Friend
1/284 Gilbreath(SAO) interviews SPD officer Villalona
Interview W44 George’s Friend
1st SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
2ND SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY(REDACTED)
STATE'S 3RD SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
4TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
5TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
FDLE Lab Report (Skittles and Flashlight)
W8 “DeeDee” meets with prosecutors
STATE' 6TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 7TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 8TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 9TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 10TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 11TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
STATE'S 12TH SUPPLEMENTAL DISCOVERY
Family of Florida boy killed by Neighborhood Watch seeks arrest
Kevin Cunningham petitions Florida Attorney General at Change.org
500,000 Signatures reached by March 20, 2012
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For some reason the mainstream media is not reporting this story. Shameful, call them, email them, don’t let this go!
More at reuters.com
Posted By Kevin Cunningham Petition Organizer
March 08, 2012
Cunningham, a red-head who describes himself as the “super Irish” son of activist parents, said he learned about the Martin case when he read a story posted on a listserv for Men of Howard, an informal, secretive fraternity that he joined while attending the historically black Howard University as a law student.
Florida NAACP President Adora Obi Nweze writes the DOJ/CRS
State Attorney Norm Wolfinger receives investigation case package and makes statement
Page 67 of the 284pdf states that Wolfinger requested assistance from FDLE.
The computer systems at the Seminole County and Brevard County State Attorney’s Offices, where Norm Wolfinger is lead prosecutor, were shut down on Thursday morning due to the overwhelming amount of emails by angry people demanding justice for Martin.
Officials said more than 100,000 emails put too much pressure on the server.
U.S. Representative for Florida’s 3rd congressional district Corrine Brown writes the DOJ
WFTV exclusively reports interaction between Wolfinger and FDLE
“At this time, I do not know exactly where the facts will lead, or what further investigative measures will be needed. But I do feel it would be appropriate to ask for the assistance of an FDLE investigator to collaborate with my office.”
The FDLE e-mailed WFTV saying, “We are awaiting direction from State Attorney Wolfinger. Our role is to assist him. FDLE will be meeting with his office.”
Governor Rick Scott writes a Memo to FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey
Statement from State Attorney Norm Wolfinger:
I share in the desire of the family and the community to accurately collect and evaluate all the facts surrounding the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. That is why I directed the expeditious review of the investigation which was delivered by the Sanford Police Department one week ago today; areas for further investigation have been identified; and, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has agreed to assist and has been working hard with my office since Friday March 16th. I will also be utilizing the investigative resources of the Seminole County Grand Jury which will be called to session on Tuesday, April 10, 2012.
Rep. Corrine Brown, D-Florida, Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett and Sanford City Manager Norton Bonaparte met Tuesday with Justice Department officials: Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Thomas E. Perez and Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy L. Austin Jr.
The governor met Tuesday in Tallahassee with criminal defense lawyers and protesters who said his office should be more involved and form a task force on racial profiling.
But Scott said any such task force shouldn’t be formed until after a formal investigation. “There should not be racial profiling anywhere,” he told the group.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said she was “devastated and deeply troubled” over the killing. “When someone loses his life at the hands of another, there cannot be any questions surrounding the circumstances of the death,” she said in a statement.
She said she had spoken with FDLE Commissioner Gerald M. Bailey, “and I know that a complete and thorough review of the facts will be conducted.”
She added that while it is up to the Seminole County State Attorney’s Office to decide whether to file charges, “I will remain vigilant in ensuring that questions are answered.”
Police Chief Bill Lee released answers to what he says are frequently asked questions about the February 26 fatal shooting. In a letter on the city’s website, City Manager Norton N. Bonaparte Jr. presents the answers from Police Chief Bill Lee.
The NAACP held a gathering in a Sanford church with Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett
Commission voted 3-2 night against Chief Bill Lee Jr.
Mark McCarty makes motion voted 3-2 “no confidence”
Mayor Jeff Triplett “no confidence”
Mark McCarty “no confidence”
Velma Williams “no confidence”
Randy Jones “confidence”
Patty Mahany “confidence”
Pam Bondi does what she can; “Hey Sybrina, Tracy, are you there? Hi. I am so very, very, sorry. As attorney general, I have absolutely no legal authority to take the case, and I looked, I tried.”
Norman R. Wolfinger writes a Letter to Governor Rick Scott asking to be removed from the case
Lee temporarily removes himself as chief
Angela Corey Assigned
“Of the twenty State Attorney’s in Florida the Governor picked her Thursday night.”
Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi worked together to appoint Angela B. Corey
Angela Corey prays with the Martin family
“…After meeting with Trayvon’s parents that first Monday night after we got appointed in this case…the first thing we did was pray with them…” Ugh, did you extend that same courtesy to the Zimmerman family?
Norton Bonaparte announces Capt. Darren Scott as acting police chief
State Attorney Norm Wolfinger issues statement
I am outraged by the outright lies contained in the letter by Benjamin Crump to Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy Austin dated April 2, 2012. I encourage the Justice Department to investigate and document that no such meeting or communication occurred. I have been encouraging those spreading the irresponsible rhetoric to stop and allow State Attorney Angela Corey to complete her work. Another falsehood distributed to the media does nothing to forward that process.
Letter from Crump to Austin
State Attorney Norman R. Wolfinger Announces He Will Not Seek Re-election
Elected Officials – Seminole County
Bill Lee resigns
In a 3-2 vote city commissioners did not approve the resignation
Mayor Jeff Triplett “did not approve”
Randy Jones “did not approve”
Patty Mahany “did not approve”
Mark McCarty “approve”
Velma Williams “approve”
City Manager Norton Bonaparte put pressure last week on Lee to quit
Norton Bonaparte assigns new new interim police Chief Richard Myers
Norton Bonaparte removes Chief Lee
Mr. Phil Archer was elected in 2012 and took office for his first term on January 8, 2013. Mr. Archer, a life-long resident of Brevard County, had already dedicated 28 years to protecting the citizens of Brevard and Seminole counties in his position as an Assistant State Attorney in the 18th Judicial Circuit.
Since Trayvon...was black and Zimmerman is white, Crump said race is "the 600 pound elephant in the room."
“They say they are still investigating,” Crump said. “I’m not sure what there is to investigate. What’s suspicious about this kid? That’s what the family is crying out, that our kid is like any other kid.”
“If Trayvon Martin had been the trigger man, he would have been arrested,” said his father.
It’s senseless and the police in Sanford isn’t (sic) giving any answers and we actually feel that justice hasn’t been served and isn’t being served.’
@0:27 “We don’t understand why the Sanford police department is sitting on their hands on this”
Sybrina Fulton, Martin’s mother, said the family thinks her son was killed because he was black.
The family said it remains deeply skeptical that police are handling the investigation properly.
“Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton accused Sanford police of botching the investigation… They say the police department hasn’t arrested Zimmerman because he is white and their son was black.”
Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton said she thinks Sanford officials covering up the shooting.
“I think it’s profiling. They saw this young, black, African-American kid, but he didn’t commit a crime.”
“Why are they lying to this family,” asked Crump. “Why are they protecting George Zimmerman and why are they trying to cover up the murder of their child?”
“I don’t think they have any intention on arresting this white man for killing this black boy,” Crump said on Sharpton’s radio show Monday.
“It becomes racial because Zimmerman thought that black males with hoodies are criminals” -Natalie Jackson
“This family has no trust that this police department will do the right thing,” -Natalie Jackson.
“Had Trayvon been the person who was the triggerman, they would have arrested him from Day 1 and they wouldn’t have given him bail and he would be sitting in jail,” Mr. Crump said. “Zimmerman is free and sleeping in his own bed at night.”
Weeks later, the Feb. 26 incident has gained more national exposure. A hearing will be held Monday over the family’s demand that Zimmerman’s calls to police be made public. Questioning police tactics, they are asking Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the U.S. Department of Justice to intervene.
“It could be a blue wall of silence,” said attorney Natalie Jackson. Sanford police “have officially adopted this loose cannon neighborhood watch person. ‘You are my brother.”’
The family believes the Sanford Police feels an affinity to Zimmerman because of his devotion to law enforcement, something Chief Bill Lee vehemently denies.
“Police released the tapes the same day the teen’s relatives said the they are outraged that Zimmerman remains free.
“It’s surprising. It’s shocking,” said Tracy Martin, the victim’s father. “It lets me know that justice is just not being served here…”
“And to call Mr. Zimmerman the victim is a slap in the face to me and my family,” Martin opined. “It’s a slap in the face to our community.”
RAY SUAREZ: Martin’s parents have asked the FBI to investigate. They say their son was targeted because of the color of his skin. And they say the police are protecting the killer.
TRACY MARTIN, father of victim: I don’t think he would have even been followed if he was a white kid.
@21:01 of the video below Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! asks Martin family attorney Jasmine Rand, “What about the phone? How is it the police had it in their possession but they never figured out who he was for several days? That his body was not claimed, Trayvon’s body, for several days.” Jasmine Rand replies “I think it shows that the Sanford Police Department, um, either there was corruption or woeful ignorance on their behalf. They were calling the family after losing their child harassing the parents over his phone, wanting to get to his phone get in his phone and they had the phone in their possession the entire time. There are a lot of questions that I can’t answer because they don’t make sense”
“Following a meeting with Justice officials in Washington, Bonaparte and Triplett said they would await the findings of a wide-ranging Justice review, announced late Monday, before concluding whether the city acted appropriately in its initial decision not to arrest Zimmerman in the deadly February shooting.”
Tracy Martin said race played a role in the police investigation. “Had Trayvon been a white kid … Zimmerman would have been arrested,” he said.
Florida has appointed a new special prosecutor for the case. She and federal investigators were both in Sanford Friday.
“Does that give you more confidence?” Strassmann asked.
“It lets us know that there will be a thorough investigation and that we have somebody who is impartial and is going to do a good job,” said Sybrina Fulton.
Tracy Martin, the young man’s father, addressed the hearing Monday, accusing police of trying to “sweep another dead black male under the rug.”
@ 1:45 Tracy Martin
“I feel it was a cover up from the beginning. I feel that they’re hiding something. What is it they’re hiding I don’t know. Why they’re protecting him so much I have no idea.”
“They’ve killed my son…” – Sybrina Fulton
Who is “they”?
@1:52 “Whereas the Sanford Police Department had the chance to do the right thing and by all means they did otherwise. From day one the investigation was not taken seriously…I felt as though my child was just labeled as another black kid, just another murder, black kid, and we’re[SPD] just gonna tell the family what we want to tell them…” -Tracy Martin
@7:27 “Some people don’t quite get it”-Sybrina Fulton
@8:00 “Do you believe that Trayvon was killed because he was racially profiled?” “Yes we do.” Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin
It’s been reported that early in the investigation, the Sanford Police Department sought an arrest warrant from the Seminole County State Attorney’s office, and the request was refused. How did you react to that news?
“Just to know that the lead investigator felt that it was necessary to get a warrant for an arrest lets me know that, at that time, on site, there was enough evidence to make an arrest.” -Tracy Martin
Does that change any of your feelings about the case?
“Honestly, it worsens it. Because we wouldn’t have been put through so much grief, so much strain on our lives, had they just simply did the right thing.” -Tracy Martin
Last week, Florida’s governor appointed state attorney Angela Corey as a special prosecutor in the case. Do you have confidence in her?
“I have confidence until proven otherwise. I think my faith was broken a lot, by all the cover-ups that the Sanford Police Department had indeed placed upon us. So, in a certain aspect, that trust in the judicial system has definitely been lost.” -Tracy Martin
Nation of Islam
“We’ve been saying that from day one,” said Tracy Martin. “We know our kid’s voice. We knew that it’s the Sanford Police Department that’s in denial. Justice needs to be served.”
Lawyers for Martin’s family are preparing a formal request that the federal government also investigate the specific report that state attorney prosecutors interfered with a homicide detective who wanted to charge Zimmerman with manslaughter.
“We are asking the Justice Department to investigate that,” attorney Benjamin Crump, who has been retained by the Martin family as it pressures authorities to arrest Zimmerman, told Reuters late Saturday. “We are concerned about interference in the investigation.”
“I have never seen a crime scene cleaned up so fast,” Trayvon’s father, Tracy Martin, told the Miami Herald.
Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton allege in a letter sent to the U.S. Department of Justice that State Attorney Norm Wolfinger met with the Sanford police chief within hours of the teen’s death and that together they overruled a detective’s recommendation that the shooter, George Zimmerman, be charged with manslaughter. The letter claims a lead investigator filed an affidavit stating that he didn’t find Zimmerman’s story credible.
FCN: Are you at all shocked that Mr. Zimmerman has not been arrested? What do you think this says about the U.S. justice system?
TM: Honestly, it’s terrifying that this man has yet to be arrested after outright killing our son. We all know that if Trayvon had been the triggerman and Zimmerman had been the victim, we would be visiting our son behind bars. Trayvon would not have been able to claim it was self-defense and he would have been arrested that very night.
Our son was racially profiled, murdered and he was taken away from us. This is outrageous. However, we know that this is the type of society we live in. A society governed by a flawed justice system. There are so many cases like this that many parents in this country have gone through and it has just been swept under the rug. But we can’t and will not stop fighting for justice for Trayvon. It’s painful and hurtful but I vowed to not let his death be in vain.
In response to the cancellation of the Grand Jury Crump responded in part “The[Martin] family has been patient throughout this process…”
Yeah, sure, clearly they have been very patient throughout, I mean just look at some of the quotes I’ve shown up to this point. How many news conferences and interviews have they done up to this point? How many conventions, rally’s and events did they attend? How many articles, TV shows, radio shows etc have let them and their attorneys speak unquestioned and unchallenged? Hundreds, everyday, since at least March 7. Oh yeah, that just reeks of patience.
“These attorneys continue to make irresponsible statement to the media. Not only have they spoken recklessly about racial issues, enflaming passions and reinforcing sterotypes…” -Natalie Jackson
Talk about a case of psychological projection, these people are absolute lunatics. Natalie Jackson, Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Jasmine Rand, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton have hit every media outlet everyday “making irresponsible statements to the media”, “speaking recklessly about racial issues” “inflaming passions”, “reinforcing stereotypes” speaking recklessly about the investigation, police and state attorney, inspired violence in the name of Trayvon, inspired vengeance, hatred, etc, incite riots and on and on it goes.
MALVEAUX: And, Mr. Martin, are you — how confident are you that this one woman, this special prosecutor, is going to be the one to determine whether or not your son’s killer could potentially face charges and go to jail?
TRACY MARTIN, TRAYVON’S FATHER: I have strong — I have faith in her. It’s not only having faith in Miss Corey, we have strong faith in the Lord and all we can do is continue — all we do is continue to pray and ask that our Lord and Savior bring us through this in a peaceful manner. And we’re just asking for justice to be served.
“It was less than three weeks ago that we told those sweet parents…” - Angela Corey
Sometime in March
The Justice for Trayvon Martin Foundation Started
“…Trayvon’s parents will become paid employees of the foundation, compensated for their time conducting speaking engagements and other advocacy work.”
“A Million Hoodies March” New York
Justice Trayvon Martin Jacksonville Rally
March 27 House Judiciary Committee briefing Washingto D.C.
March 29 Pam Bondi deemed Trayvon Martin was an innocent victim and that Sybrina Fulton was eligible for money from the State
March 30 Sometime on or after this date Sybrina seeks money from Travelers Insurance in the form of a “claim” but Travelers is disputing it. Good for you Travelers, finally someone stands up to the Racial Grievance Industry.
Sometime in April
Sybrina Fulton, who earns $68,768 a year working as a Miami-Dade County employee is granted 34 paid weeks off reaching a cap of $50,000. Yolanda Knight Evans, Martin’s aunt who also works as a Miami-Dade County employee who earns $48,542 a year, has received nine weeks. These funds were due to the Miami-Dade County Commission passing a resolution in April to allow county employees to donate vacation time to Fulton.
Justice Rally Miami FL.
“LiV For Trayvon” Benefit Concert in Washington, DC
National Action Network Annual National Convention Washington D.C.
Florida Grand Lodge Convention Double Tree Resort Orlando, FL
Town Hall Meeting Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Tampa, FL
Stars for Trayvon Fundraiser Washington D.C.
Trayvon Martin Community Forum Los Angeles, CA.
University of London
Stop The Violence rally at the North End Missionary Baptist Church East St. Louis, IL.
Rainbow PUSH Coalition Saturday Morning Forum Chicago, IL.
Second Chance on Shoot First’ Campaign Northland Church in Longwood, Fla
National Association of Black Journalists Convention New Orleans
Essence Music Festival 2012 New Orleans – Day 2
National Bar Association’s 87th Annual Convention & Exhibits Las Vegas
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement 36th Annual Conference & Exhibition Civil Rights Breakfast Little Rock, Ark.
Children’s Defense Fund National Conference Cincinnati, Ohio
Russell Simmons’ 13th Annual ART FOR LIFE “Living In Color”
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church’s annual Social Justice Awareness